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Alternatives to Cable TV
The Best Alternatives to Cable TV
Okay, so after much thought, maybe cable just isn’t a good fit for taking care of all your entertainment needs. And that’s quite alright. There are a number of other, fine TV alternatives to cable that will deliver much of the same content, for a lower price. So get to know them below, and see which one of these cable TV alternatives is best for you.
Certain TV alternative products – such as AT&T’s U-Verse – let you receive a high-quality TV connection without need of cable. For this cable TV alternative to work, you simply need a DSL modem to translate the signal coming into your home from your service provider, which will then allow you to have TV on any number of devices in your home.
Do you live in an area that cable companies don’t service? With satellite TV, that’s never been a problem. In fact, that’s what gives this cable TV alternative providers – such as DISH – their edge. They can beam TV directly into your home from nearly anywhere in the world. Just be sure to have a satellite TV technician come out to install and calibrate your satellite dish properly so you get the best possible satellite service.
Do you find that you mostly just need the Internet these days, and aren’t really interested in having the most channels possible? Maybe you just watch a few TV series, enjoy a couple of OnDemand movies a month. In that case, an Internet-enabled TV alternative may be the best option for your entertainment needs.
With today’s great advancements in technology, you can now watch a lot of TV through an Internet connection. Using devices such as smart TVs, gaming consoles, smart Blu-Ray or DVD players, etc., you can stream much of the TV programming available through many major TV networks. As such, a cheaper alternative to cable TV (though also a less robust one) is to simply purchase a fast and powerful Internet connection and stream your favorite shows on there.